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with a final tally of 332 electoral votes to romney's 206. in parts of the northeast this weekend, patience with the slow pace of recovery from super storm sandy is running as low as gasoline and power. found of homes and businesses in new york and new jersey have remained without power tonight. on long island, hundreds of angry people demonstrated outside the headquarters of the local power authority for a second straight day. with utilities and public agencies strained to breaking point, volunteers are rushing to fill the gap. here's tony guida. >> reporter: 12 days ago, sandy slammed into the rockaways, the storm drowned everything here, except hope. >> you need help? your parents do. what's their address? >> reporter: jamie jord expan her sister, jillian, rockaways born and bred have been work releaptlessly to save it. >> that's my block! >> reporter: before phenomenon abefore the red crots, before any assistance arrived, the jordan sisters organized volunteers to help reclaim the community. john mccann's basement, for example, eight feet of salt water destroyed it. today, four voluntee
voters, and explains maybe in part ohio why romney didn't get the same number of votes, 2 million votes, 2 1/2 million votes lower than john mccain. >> i think what stands out about obama's victory to me is how ugly it was, this was identity politics on steroids telling black people republicans wanted to take away their right to vote and telling women there's war on them that seniors, that paul ryan wants to push granny off the cliff in a wheelchair. this is not the hope and change obama, this was not, there's no red state and blue state obama. he won ugly, it's divisive and if this is the template for how democrats want to win elections going forward to this-- >> and i can tell you what the reaction in the white house would be if they heard you say that, they would say get over it, grow up, this is politics, republicans got a, you know, put on their boxing gloves and get over it. >> oh, yeah. >> paul: so what? you know. >> i won, you know, suck it up. >> i agree. this is the new benchmark the way you win a presidential campaign. no question about it, it's too bad, but that's the way it
was ted cruz. he did not win the latino vote, but he got 35%, a lot better than mitt romney did. part of it is that they are making more authentic efforts. it is very poor to ta very -- important to talk about candidates. >> would be your bed, and the odds of an elected a candidate on either party's ticket in 2016? >> good. >> for both? >> i don't know about both, put particularly on the republican side. >> republican side is better. >> in the back. keep going back there. >> it is typical for candidates to pivot towards the center after their respective primaries. can you distinguish the difference between pivoting and the creativity that mitt romney used in terms of "i didn't say i was going to raise your taxes, i didn't say 'let detroit go can you see- candidates in the future being that creative? [laughter] >> pass that one -- i will pass on that. >> also, the severity of it was intense on some of these issues, but in the context of our conversation, i am struck on the immigration thing how little of that occurred. the second debate, he used the word "magnet" and "amnesty." he doub
primary debates. that became so notorious that it was part of the narrative. >> many voters feel that mitt romney's out of touch with real americans after he tried to make the bet with rick perry for $10,000. yeah, when asked to comment, mitt said, i'm sorry, but that's all i had in my pocket at the time. chris: wow. what romney thought he could score points after president obama said the private sector was doing just fine. david lederman turned it around on romney. >> mitt romney jumped right on this and waste nod time issuing this response -- wasted no time issuing this response saying that the private sector is fine. watch what mitt had to say. >> after president obama made this statement -- >> the private sector is doing fine. >> mitt romney quickly responded. >> he said the private sector is doing fine. is he really that out of touch? >> speaking from the hot tub of his luxury yacht and another yacht next to a private island that's part of his chain of islands. mitt mitt, in touch with the common man. chris: jon stewart put it all together with this play on the jeff foxworthy, you kno
. >> hispanics are a growing portion of the voting public. 10% this year. but they are a shrinking part of the republican party. in 2004 george w. bush got 44% of the latino vote. four years later john mccain got 31%. now 27% for mitt romney. to be steadily losing votes in an expanding demographic is a recipe for failure. florida senator marco rubio, the son of cuban immigrants and a republican suggests the problem is both substantive. >> it's hard to make an argument to people that think that you want to deport their grandmother. >> decisive in 2012. 53% of the votes this year were cast by women who favored president obama by ten points. >> my wife is a democrat, and she was so close to voting for mitt romney, but then, you know, murdock and akin opened their mouths, and we sent them running back to the democratic party because they think we're nut where i. >> actually, married women tended favor mitt romney, but single women, a growing part of the population, went 3-1 for the president. >> i have just called president obama to congratulate him on his victory. >> republicans have two y
when john mccain ran for office." there were other place parts of the statehere there was betttter turnout for romney did they were very helpful. but ththey also thought that the turnout would not be as strtrong for young voters suppororting obama, bck voters supporting a,. -- obama. in the e, when fairfax county and alexandria votes cacame in, that is where theyere wrong. >> a lot of common n interests between the romney campaign in virginia and george allen campaign in rginia on the issue you cite, what republicans call the w on coal. no doubt that this territory f for the red team. but young people and oththers, who are cruciaial and central to the obama universe, anand tim kaine benefited fromom this as well -- they came out in numbers. they were both wo -- they were mototivated in numberss to comeut. >> mr. obama medical forcece early and the camign, that he could forsake coal and oil interests by a winning those w keep least as well as those he annoyed. -- who he pleased was tse he annoyed. it would be strong base of support for "clean ergy" a as a concepept. what you saw in
to favor mitt romney, but single women, a growing part of the population, went 3-1 for the president. >> i have just called president obama to congratulate him on his victory. >> republicans have two years until the midterms to try to shed a little of the old off the grand old party and reach out to a quickly changing american demographic. they do not lack for suggestions. >> my ideal republican party would be a republican party that was fiscally conservative, conservative on foreign policy and military policy, and on social issues we would be libertarian. i think that party could be a majority party. >> a party -- the power of aspirin plus more in a triple action formula to relieve your tough migraines. new bayer migraine formula. [ male announcer ] a european-inspired suspension, but not from germany. ♪ a powerful, fuel-efficient engine, but it's not from japan. ♪ it's a car like no other... inspired by a place like no other. introducing the all-new 2013 chevrolet malibu, our greatest malibu ever. ♪ let's say you want to get ahead how do you get from here... to here? at university
're going to identify yourself as a libertarian, a part of the republican movement, this did romney in, i think, is the fact there's a social agenda that scares most americans, and that is anti-gay, anti-women's rights, anti-immigration. look, that's not the future. i think that we are absolutely, socially accepting of others' behavior as long as others' behavior doesn't do harm to us, and, yet, this remains centrist within republicans. i'm disheartened by the fact there's so many people who identify themselves as libertarians, but they don't vote that way. john: i didn't think romney was anti-woman, but we're out of time. thank you, all. coming up, i'll explain how to fix government, but one clue, we should fix it the way we fix a cat. [applause] people really love snapshot from progressive, but don't just listen to me. listen to these happy progressive customers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i wasaving big on car insurance. with snapshot, i knew what i could save before i switched to progressive. the better i drive, the more i save. i wish our company had something this coo
to identify yourself as a libertarian, a part of the republican movement, this did romney in, i think, is the fact there's a social agenda that scares most americans, and that is anti-gay, anti-women's rights, anti-immigration. look, that's not the future. i think that we are absolutely, socially accepting of others' behavior as long as others' behavior doesn't do harm to us, and, yet, this remains centrist within republicans. i'm disheartened by the fact there's so many people who identify themselves as libertarians, but they don't vote that way. john: i didn't think romney was anti-woman, but we're out of time. thank you, all. coming up, i'll explain how to fix government, but one clue, we should fix it the way we fix a cat. [applause] ♪ john: did freedom win this election? no. the central planners won again. government will grow. that pile of regulations will continue to grow. freedom will yield. we need to fix government. you've heard that before, but i mean, we've to fix government and politicians the way we fix a cat, spay a dog. i took this idea from cato "parliament of whore
so if you're going to identify yourself as a libertarian, a part of the republican movement, this did romney in, i think, is the fact there's a social agenda that scares most americans, and that is anti-gay, anti-women's rights, anti-immigration. look, that's not the future. i think that we are absolutely, socially accepting of others' behavior as long as others' behavior doesn't do harm to us, and, yet, this remains centrist within republicans. i'm disheartened by the fact there's so many people who identify themselves as libertarians, but they don't vote that way. john: i didn't think romney was anti-woman, but we're out of time. thank you, all. coming up, i'll explain how to fix government, but one clue, we should fix it the way we fix a cat. [applause] @a ♪ john: did freedom win this election? no. the central planners won again. government will grow. that pile of regulations will continue to grow. freedom will yield. we need to fix government. you've heard that before, but i mean, we've to f government and politicians the way we fix a cat, spay a dog. i took this idea from cato
wondering if that is a part of why mitt romney did so poorly? guest: i would see it a little bit differently. i do not think they were taking the republican voters for granted, i think they fail to reach beyond the republican base. that is the way i saw it. when is rape okay and when is it not ok? karen hughes said the next time i hear a republican questioning anything about rape, i want to person cut their time out. when that happened, and it romney did not -- he said i support him and not what he said. he had to say that. he cannot alienate his face. -- base. they spend too much time calling in shoring up their base and not enough time reaching out to people whose vote they could have gotten. republicans could have won this presidential election. president obama was vulnerable. they blew it. >>>> let's go to a viewer who says bill press calls out the pollsters as shysters. >> no i don't think all of them but i wouldn't trust their numbers on anything. >> let's go to the independent line in pennsylvania. good morning. caller: good morning. if you could elaborate on two items. one is univers
, "this would look good, to allow a protest." there's parts that say, "we can't tolerate this. we're going to arrest people." >> did it strike you during the campaign, jim, that neither romney nor obama mentioned human rights in china? >> they didn't, which is part of the -- nobody mentioned climate change, they didn't mention the supreme court. there's all sorts of things. you could write 20 books on things that didn't come up in the campaign. on obama's side, in a way, he didn't need to because his policy, the chinese know his policy is as it has been for the u.s., we want to work with china, but there's things we're not going to give up. we're going to, the president will meet the dalai lama, even though you hate that. we will send arms to -- sell arms to taiwan, even though you view that as casus belli, et cetera. so i think obama could say, "okay, i've had four years of a balanced approach." romney, his currency -- bluster was sort of proxy for saying, you know, he would be blustery in all ways. >> tough on china currency manipulation. first day in office, he would accuse them of -- b
this campaigning the fun part will be all the moments we experienced together, the gaffes romney made, the 47%, the things obama said the first debate but the fundamental loss of this campaign probably took place in the republican primaries when they put out a group of people who were so far off the political cliff on i shalls that mattered to latinos, women and young people and is the new governing coalition and perhaps the fact that the economy got a little bit better is another fundamental fact but all these other things preoccupied us for some time. you can only, looking back, see those 20 debates that bushed everybody, including romney who became a moderate much too late to get that nomination. >> it is still striking. you have some 70% in the exit polls who believe the economy is in bad shape, 52% who feel like the country is off on the wrong direction. a lot of opposition thought to president obama and his policies and yet he prevails because of a coalition ever expanding that believes in a certain role for government, bob, that is opposed to where the republicans would like to take it
if that is a part of why mitt romney did so poorly? guest: i would see it a little bit differently. i do not think they were taking the republican voters for granted, i think they fail a lot of what mitt romney and paul ryan was doing was to sure up the base. i had this conversation last night abouted to akin and richard mourdock. the idea in the 21st century anybody should spend any time trying to determine when is rape okay and when is it not okay. this should not even be a question. karen hughs who is george bush's communication director said the next time i hear anyone questioning anything about rape i want to cut their tongue out. mitt romney didn't consent it, he said i support him but i don't agree with what he said. so this conversation last night he had to say that because he could not ail nate his base. they spent too much time coddling and suring up his base who is votes they could have gotten. republicans could have won this election. president obama with the economy the way it is was vellnerble. i would say they had the edge going into this election and they blew it. >> let's go to a
. i do it every sunday on this show. >> what's the answer? >> part of the answer is having a backbone and having some courage. there were many things mitt romney and this campaign could have done to send a different message, but they didn't have the courage to say it. for example, when they had the rnc during the convention and the report went out that the black woman was harassed and had peanuts thrown at her. and i talked about this on this show. if mitt romney said i heard this was going on. we do not accept this in our party. that would have sent a powerful message. >> if you're going to act like this, you can leave this room. >> exactly. and instead of turning a blind eye, the same thing in 2008. >> lz, will you do me a favor? hold that thought. i'm going to keep you on the other side of the break. quickly. we'll continue to talk about this on the other side. i'm going to talk about what hailey barber said. that's back after the break. >>> will and lz are back now. you were talking about people who are racist and kicking them out of the convention? >> absolutely. just things in m
on the conservative part of the republican coalition, there's been an unwillingness to consider immigration reform. it's been closed off. mitt romney hasn't been willing to address that. self-deportation. >> i don't think though that the democrats have done a terrific amount in that area either. i went to the president obama's speech on immigration -- neither party has done anything. >> greta, don't forget it took the organization, the organizing of the dreamers to push president obama to do what he did with exthe cue tif action. i think you'll see more of that and the republican party has been closed off to any of those. >> when democrats were in charge of house, we in fact passed the dream act out of the house and could not break a filibuster in the senate to move it t the > president's desk. wait a second, it was the republicans that stood in the way of that. immigration is about a core set of values that believes in building the values of the middle class. strengthening our protections. >>> we talked about immigration. the big immediate challenge facing both democrats and republicans in washington
, but mitt romney is finishing up some business as candidate romney writing his supporters a note of thanks. the message sent out this weekend read, in part, "this was more than just a campaign. this was a national movement. from the bottom of our hearts, ann and i thank you for your support, prayers, efforts, and vote. we are forever grateful to each and every one of you. today is a new day. keep believing in america." >>> now to a developing story this morning. israeli soldiers have fired warning shots towards syria. israeli officials say it was retaliation for a mortar shell that hit near a military post in golan heights. the israeli-syrian border isn't too far from damascus. israeli's military says they've issued a complaint through the united nations. >>> today we stop and take time to honor our veterans. ♪ and bright stars through the perilous fight ♪ >> parades and services are being held across the country to remember all the men and women who have served in our armed forces. >> you're looking at live pictures from arlington national cemetery. he will lay a wreath at the too man
party and that's what brings us, in large part, maybe to this juncture? >> the republican party is afraid of talk radio. it's not the same. talk radio is -- mitt romney gottens and tens of millions of votes. >> yeah. >> there are probably a million people who listen to talk radio. one is much bigger than the other and yet it's afraid. >> david frum, thank you so much for hearing from you. people can read even more about your thoughts behind that premise. thanks so much. good to see you. >> thank you. >>> all right. they have risked their lives and sacrificed and they've come back with lessons for us. coming up, wisdom from u.s. veterans. [ male announcer ] introducing the new dell xps 12. part of a whole new line of tablets from dell. it's changing the conversation. ♪ >>> president barack obama honored the veterans on this veterans day in arlington national cemetery. he then said in his speech this was the first veterans day in ten years that no americans are serving in iraq. the president also said u.s. troops who served abroad in iraq and afghanistan should always be able to
very badly on that. >> romney in all the polls, including the one last night, didn't buy his act. >> right. >> and called for lower tax rates which didn't win the day for him. >> and the other part which is important, he said i'm not wedded to any detail of my plan. i'm open to compromise. that is really important because both sides have to give up things they care about. >> i heard an entirely different speech than we all did had romney won, and he could have won, a couple weeks ago, looked like he was headed that direction. he said he wanted the tax money from the rich because he wanted to do things. not to screw them, but to do something. he actually came out and said i want to do things. rebuild the highways. we've got to catch up the chinese in education. catch up to the west in the world. >> i think the election we just had had in some ways is one of the most ideological election that's we've had in modern times. the president as you look at a way to come together communally to invest in education, infrastructure, to move the country today. the romney view which is simply s
pacs were not part of wall street. >> i think that's actually -- >> they gave to romney in the disproportionate fashion. >> i think that's one of the interesting things. this was the era of super pacs as vanity projects for billionaires opposed to projects of vehicles for institutional industrial interest. >> correct. >> i think the next time we run this experiment we are going to get the second version. i want to think senator sherrod brown. elected on tuesday to the united states senate to serve his second term. a great pleasure. >> good to be back. thank you, chris. to the panel, thank you. >> we'll be right back. the way. the way it cleans. everything about the oral-b power brush is simply revolutionary. oral-b power brushes oscillate, rotate and even pulsate to gently loosen and break up that sticky plaque with more brush movements than manual brushes and even up to 50% more than leading sonic technology brushes for a superior clean. oral-b power brushes. go to oralb.com for the latest offers. that was me... the day i learned i had to start insulin for my type 2 dia
to play by the rules in terms of trade. and, you know, governor romney was criticized for this but he's right. there's got to be a level playing field and the chinese need to understand that. so it's i think part of this tension that's going to have to be worked out in our policy. >> do we have a question or two from the audience? if so, come right up to the mic. we will take your two, both of you. >> you mentioned -- >> and introduce yourself, please. >> hank rose, worcester world affairs council. you mentioned regarding specifically syria that you are role might be to help the opposition organize and become more democratic. i imagine you might have the same prescription for other arab spring rebelance. my question is how can we help them to become more democratic? >> do you mind if we take both and then we'll go with the concluding question. yes. and introduce yourself, please. >> good morning. my name is jack shingle from traverse city, michigan. in your interesting exchange with ambassador newman in foreign affairs about afghanistan, you make a very strong case that we need a poli
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